My name is Deborah and I am the librarian at the Linda Vista branch of the Pasadena Public Library. I am very excited to introduce the Linda Vista Science Club* where will be exploring the Linda Vista neighborhood in the City of Pasadena, California. We are one of three science clubs within the Pasadena Public Library that are partnering with the Los Angeles Public Library to provide its citizens with opportunities to engage in citizen science. In the next five months, we will be exploring a variety of topics including: Clouds, Surface Temperature, Tree Height, Hummingbirds, and Soil Fertility.
Here are the topics, dates and times of each meeting:
Saturday, January 5 @ 3 PM
Saturday, February 2 @ 3 PM
Saturday, March 2 @ 3 PM
Saturday, April 13 @ 3 PM
Saturday, May 11 @ 3 PM
The Linda Vista Branch Library is located on 1281 Bryant Street, Pasadena, CA 91101. To learn more the Linda Vista Science Club, please message me or call (626) 744-7278.
The Linda Vista Science Cub is geared to teens and adults ages 12 & up as it will require the ability to work and communicate with groups. In addition, members will be using scientific equipment that may not be suitable for children and we will be learning scientific concepts that require prior knowledge that children may not have learned yet.
If you so have a child between the ages of 9-12 years that is interested in participating in similar activities, please call the following branch libraries for more information:
Neighborhood Scientist--La Pintoresca Branch Library
STEAM Team Club: Soil Investigations--Hastings Branch Library